Students Google Their Art Teacher's Name, Discover He's Selling Their Classroom Drawings Online

Written by Henrik Rothen

Feb.18 - 2024 1:19 PM CET

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Students Google Their Art Teacher's Name, Discover He's Selling Their Classroom Drawings Online.

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In life, no profit is too small. An art teacher seems to have taken this famous saying to heart as he is accused of selling online the drawings made by his students in class, without their knowledge, reveals The Guardian.

Drawings Sold for Up to CA$118

Students at Westwood Junior High School, located in a suburb of Montreal, Canada, stumbled upon the scam by chance, simply by "Googling" their teacher's name.

To their astonishment, they found some of their classroom works for sale on their teacher's website. Some drawings were even priced at 118 Canadian dollars, or 86 American Dollars.

"Imagine your 13-year-old son coming home from school and telling you his art teacher is selling students' work for 94 dollars without telling them? It's completely crazy," exclaimed a parent on their X account.

The teacher in question has declined to comment, while the school has stated that an investigation has been opened and is taking these accusations "very seriously."

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